|Name:||University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology|
|Street Address:||33rd and Spruce Sts|
|Staff Contacts:||Dir: Dr. Richard M. Leventhal 215-898-4050 fax 215-573-9369;
Keeper of Collections: Dr. Janet Monge (Phys Anthr)|
|Quality of Online Info:||Website under construction; Floor Plan links to Mesoamerican Gallery overview, which describes in detail the Mayan culture and museum art objects|
|Focus:||MESOAMERICAN GALLERY: objects from Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica; Maya objects include stelae and altars from Caracol and Piedras Negras, pottery from Guatemala, shells from Piedras Negras; Jaina figurine and textile from Guatemala;
Stela 14 from Piedras Negras, Stelae 6 and 16,and a sculpted altar from Caracol; Stone shield with representation of Fire God from Copan,
figurines, painted clay vessels|
|Source:||Grube, Nikolai, ed. Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest. Cologne: Konemann, 2000. 452, 455. Schulze, Marco and Boris Eggers, eds. Museums of the World. 11th Rev. and Enl. ed. Volume 2.
Handbook of International Documentation and Information Series. Volume 16.
Muchen: K.G. Saur, 2004. 787. U of Utah Libraries.